2008 HARLEY DAVIDSON 105 YEAR ANNIVERSARY CVO ROAD KING

Welcome to my Harley's page
(Yes it's corny to have a page for your bike, but so many people ask me what I've had done
that it just became easier just to point them to the web page). 

This is the first Harley Davidson motorcycle I've owned.  I bought it from Rob's Cycle Supply in North Syracuse, NY and most of the other work has been done at Plymouth Cycle and Speed Works in Plymouth, MI.  Harley built 1,800 of these CVO 105 year anniversary edition bikes and mine is 1,410.  It came standard with 110 CUI engine, ABS braking system (w/Brembo brakes), fly-by-wire electronic throttle control w/cruise control and lots of chrome and extras that the CVO team put in.

Look around and see some of the modifications I've done.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at: tjones@myriadminds.com

MOTORCYCLE PHOTOS - NON-PERFORMANCE MODIFICATIONS
  • Custom Paint 105 year anniversary w/production serial number badge (1,410 of 1,800 made)
  • Lots of Chrome came standard, including the rims
  • Sissy Bar - Taller Than Stock
  • Speedometer Adjustor
MOTORCYCLE PHOTOS - PERFORMANCE MODIFICATIONS
  • Harley Davidson CVO 110CUI Engine
  • Rinehart Exhaust
  • Big Sucker Breather Kit
  • Power Commander III
  • T-Man TR600C Performance Cams
     
    Open
    Close
    Lift
    Duration
    Centerline
    TDC
    LSA
    Overlap
    Intake
    21
    39
    600
    240
    99
    198
    100.5
    40
    Exhaust
    43
    19
    600
    242
    102
    183
       
  • Adjustable push-rods
With the Cams changed and some tuning dyno reads: 94.58 Max Power and 111.13 Max torque.
MOTORCYCLE PHOTOS - ACCIDENT OF 9/4/2013

crash2On 9/4/2013 at 8:30pm on US-12 my wife and I hit a 100+ pound deer at roughly 59MPH.  I did not drop the bike so we are fine other than $4,800 in damages to the bike.  We T-boned the deer with the front tire and it folded the deer in half.  The hind came in and hit my right leg bruising it and the head came around the other side just missing my knee and denting the gas tank.  The deer was dead instantly and other than bending the fender out we were able to ride the bike home.

crash1 crash3

NEW PAINT PICTURES
MOTORCYCLE PHOTOS - WHEN I BOUGHT IT

 

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